WHERE TO TURN IN TIMES OF IMMEDIATE NEED
24-hour Crisis Hotline
(330) 434-7273 or
(330) 661-0800 during normal business hours. For an after hour report, contact the Medina County Sheriff's Department at (330) 725-6631 and they will page the on-call social worker.
NOT SURE WHERE TO START TO FIND HELP?
CONCERNED ABOUT SOMEONE
STRUGGLING WITH SOBRIETY
Addiction is a chronic disease characterized by craving, seeking, and use that can persist even with the knowledge of negative consequences.
MENTAL HEALTH HELP
Mental illnesses are biologically based brain disorders that can profoundly disrupt a persons' thinking, feeling, moods, ability to relate to others and capacity for coping with the daily demands of life.
Assistance for those in need of support, crisis intervention, and help promoting their rights.
Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided with Naloxone) is an overdose education and Naloxone distribution program with the Medina County Health Department. Participants learn how to:
• Recognize the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose.
• Make an emergency 9-1-1 call.
• Perform rescue breathing.
• Administer Narcan® (Naloxone) to someone experiencing an opioid overdose.
This is a completely confidential walk-in program and is available to adults,18 years and older. Please bring a photo identification. There is no charge for the training or response kit.